Yahoo! Oil News

By , September 28, 2010 10:40 pm

(news provided by Yahoo! Sports)

  1. Oilers-Predators Preview (The Associated Press):
    More than a quarter of the way into the season, the Nashville Predators might be emerging as true contenders in the Western
  2. Reader Art Contest: Create an NHL Starter Pack, Gallery 2 (Puck Daddy)
  3. Dose: Oilers keep spilling (Rotoworld):
    Wednesday’s Dose ponders Edmonton’s continued struggles, Brian Elliott’s injury and more from around the
  4. NHL-Highlights of Tuesday’s NHL games (Reuters):
    Nov 25 (The Sports Xchange) – Highlights of Tuesday’s National Hockey League games. – – – Senators 3, Blues 2 (SO) Bobby Ryan scored the only goal in the shootout, lifting the Ottawa Senators to a 3-2 win over the St Louis Blues. Robin Lehner stopped all three St Louis (14-6-2) shots in the shootout from T.J. Oshie, Alexander Steen and Vladimir Tarasenko. Ottawa (9-7-4) sent the game to overtime with two goals in the third period, including the tying goal by Alex Chiasson with 41 seconds to
  5. David Perron on trade block; headed to Columbus? (Puck Daddy):
    The Edmonton Oilers are winless in seven games after losing to the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night. Changes will be made, and reports say that forward David Perron’s change of address will be one of the first. Aaron Ward of TSN reported that Perron could be shipped out to the Columbus Blue Jackets, with center Artem Anisimov potentially headed back to the center-starved Oilers. This would reunite Perron with Jackets president John Davidson and general manager Jarmo Kekalainen, who knew him
  6. NHL Three Stars: Seguin nets two; Miller blanks Devils (Puck Daddy):
    No. 1 Star: Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars Another multi-goal game for Seguin, as the Stars star is up to 17 goals on the season with a 2-goal second period in their 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers. No. 2 Star: Ryan Miller, Vancouver Canucks Miller made 20 saves in shutting out the New Jersey Devils, 2-0. Alex Burrows and Shawn Matthias had the goals. This was a shutout vs. former Canuck Cory Schneider. No. 3 Star: Danny Briere, Colorado Avalanche Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than
  7. Seguin, Klingberg lead Stars over slumping Oilers (The Associated Press):
    DALLAS (AP) — Tyler Seguin scored twice to extend his NHL-leading goal total, yet he was overshadowed by rookie defenseman John
  8. Ryan Garbutt goes knee-on-knee on Taylor Hall; suspension worthy? (Video) (Puck Daddy):
    Ryan Garbutt tormented Taylor Hall every time he had the chance in the Dallas Stars’ game vs. the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. He’s a pest, Hall’s a star; it’s expected. Less expected was the knee Garbutt stuck out to clip Hall with just under eight minutes left in the third period, sending Hall flying to the ice. His linemates Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Jordan Eberle immediately went over to Garbutt to … well, considering who we’re talking about here, we’ll just assume they
  9. Canucks honor late coach Pat Quinn before game (The Associated Press):
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — The Vancouver Canucks honored late coach Pat Quinn in a pregame ceremony on Tuesday
  10. John Klingberg scores from center ice vs. Edmonton (Video) (Puck Daddy):
    In just eight games with the Dallas Stars, rookie defenseman John Klingberg has made an impression. After Tuesday night, Viktor Fasth won’t forget him soon either.  Klingberg scored a long-distance goal on the Edmonton Oilers’ netminder, scoring his seventh point in eight games for Dallas.  After Jason Spezza won a faceoff, Klingberg unleashed a waffling, fluttering slap shot that eluded Fasth’s glove to give Dallas the 1-0 lead and giving Dallas Eakins a little more goalie-related

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